Grokzone | Fresh News Headlines - Sunday 28th May 2017
  • How Team Obama Tried to Hack the Election
    Paul Sperry, New York PostNew revelations have surfaced that the Obama administration abused intelligence during the election by launching a massive domestic-spy campaign that included snooping on Trump officials. The ironyâ?¦
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  • Peter Lawler: He Built Better Than He Knew
    Richard Reinsch, Library of Law and LibertyPeter Lawler, Photo by Zac CalvertPeter Lawler's passing has been quite painful to me as it has to so very many people who were his students, friends, and colleagues. His death means that a source of incompa…
    - 16 hours ago 27 May 17, 5:21am -
  • Republicans' 7-Point Win in Montana Is Great News for Dems
    Matthew Yglesias, VoxMontana is considerably redder than the average congressional district. According to Wasserman’s calculations, in an election where Democrats got 50 percent of the two-party vote nationwide, you’d expect them to get just 39 p…
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  • President Trump's Growth Budget

    President Trump's Growth Budget

    Larry Kudlow, Investor's Business DailyWhen OMB director Mick Mulvaney unveiled the new Trump budget, he used language that is so important -- although we haven’t heard it in so many years. To paraphrase Mulvaney, the measure of budget success for…
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  • Inside Hillary Clinton's Surreal Post-Election Life
    Rebecca Traister, New York MagazineWhen I walk into the Chappaqua dining room in which Hillary Clinton is spending her days working on her new book, I am greeted by a vision from the past. Wearing no makeup and giant Coke-bottle glasses, dressed in a…
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  • 2020 Primary Planners Should Follow the NBA's Lead

    2020 Primary Planners Should Follow the NBA's Lead

    Bill Whalen, RealClearPolitics I live in a state – California – that suffers from a lack of presidential self-esteem. To the extent the Golden State was involved in 2016 in deciding the next leader of the Free World, it was presidential wannabes…
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  • The Assault on Colleges--and the American Dream
    David Leonhardt, New York TimesPublic colleges have an unmatched record of lofting their students into the middle class and beyond. For decades, they have enrolled teenagers and adults from modest backgrounds, people who are often the first member of…
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  • How Worried Should Jared Kushner Be?
    Ryan Lizza, The New YorkerShould Kushner, who we now know is under some level of scrutiny by the F.B.I., be advising his father-in-law to fire the Bureau's director?
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  • What Happens to the Media If Trump Is Innocent?
    Lisa Boothe, Washington ExaminerWith the investigation into Russia's interference in our election underway, the mainstream media has engaged in rampant speculation about President Trump's administration. Despite any evidence of collusion or an actual…
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  • "Beautiful Military Equipment" Can't Buy Middle East Peace
    Mohammad Zarif, NYTAs President Trump was being feted in the palaces of the Saudi royal family after concluding a historic arms deal, Iranians were celebrating the outcome of a hard-fought election. The vote manifested the determination of Iran’s e…
    - 16 hours ago 27 May 17, 5:20am -
  • How Nationalism Can Solve the Crisis of Islam
    Sohrab Ahmari, Wall Street JournalTransnational liberalism breeds resentments and anxieties that are only beginning to surface across the developed world.
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